Zenonni Su Misura is a luxury company producing fine bespoke and made-to-measure apparel, shoes and accessories for men. The company was founded in 2004 by two entrepreneurs: Simona Hulber, a well-known Romanian menswear designer and Ciprian Vlad, both with a rich background, with more than 15 years of experience in men’s fashion industry. Zenonni Su Misura was the first company in Romania to offer the true experience of an Italian sartoria or of a Savile Row tailor shop.
Florin Dobre presented his eponymous label's SS17 men's collection in June during the London Collections: Men. It's called 'Floare de colt' (meaning 'Edelweiss') and offers well-fitting elegant men's suits and interesting accessories.
Off the field, the Romanian national football team grabbed the attention with their beautifully tailored suits made to measure by Viggo using Dormeuil's Exel cloth 834.006.
In addition to its exhibiting weavers offer, Première Vision presents a space dedicated to knitwear experts at Hall 6 South.
The platform dedicated to creative flatbed knits brings together hall 6 south international knitters, as well as spinners, knit studios (at Indigo), and machine manufacturers: four complementary activities dedicated to the development of knit collections.
ZOOM, the industry show for ready-to-wear, accessories and household linen manufacturers from the Euromed region (Central and western Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa) and the Indian Ocean (Madagascar and Mauritius), is optimising its B2B strategy and expanding its sourcing offer.
For those who want to study fashion design in Europe we created a list of 30 of the best schools in Europe, where you can receive quality Fashion design education (ordered alphabetically by the name of the countries).
XVI Annual edition of the Festival of Coiffure and Beauty was held on October 20, 2013 in Hall 3 of the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Once again the biggest event in the hairdressing industry gathered together many professionals and connoisseurs of beauty from Bulgaria and abroad.
The latest trends in hairstyles for Fall-Winter 2013/2014 were presented - both in the competition, where young hairdressers competed and in the Show of Nations.
From January 19 - 22, 2011 a great selection of German and international designers will show their latest collections under the umbrella of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. Among them are Romanian designers and others form Easter Europe, who showcased their collection on the first day of the event.
Romanian fashion has had a reputation for being ostentatious ever since communism's fall in 1989...
The shoes of Romanian designer Mihai Albu are the highest shoes in the world. The heels of his creations reach an impressive height of 31 cm.
The new shoes are being compared to skyscrapers because of their towering heels, and because of their price, which is around 1200 euros. Despite the price, Albu says he has received dozens of orders for his new sandals from Romania's well-heeled.
Baneasa Developments, the developer of one of the largest shopping areas in the Central and Eastern Europe, announces the expansion of the Baneasa Commercial Area by beginning an investment plan in three phases. This will start the construction of three new facilities.
The new developments are especially designed to offer customers better services and a complete entertainment and leisure experience thus making Baneasa Commercial Area the city destination when talking about shopping and fun alike.
2002-2006 was a period of intensive development of the sewing industry in Bulgaria in relation to investments in modern technological equipment. The number of the people employed in the industry are correspondingly - Bulgaria /170 000/ and Romania /280 000/. In 2007 Bulgaria and Romania entered the European Union and the customs tariffs were removed. In 2010 the present business situation requires short production series, high quality, competitive prices, and fast delivery terms.
RICHMART INNOVATION – the aim of the congress is to bring together Western Europe and the confection and fashion industry of the Balkans. It is also an opportunity for designers – the people without whom fashion creation would be impossible.
he company Hugo Boss has announced that it will shut down it's headquarters
in Brooklyn in April and most probably will move it's production in Romania,
Turkey and Bulgaria.
After these changes, 300 people will loose their jobs, reports Cleveland.
Company representatives refused to comment on the statement of closing the production in the U.S. but made it clear that they have compensation packages for the 300 employees who will remain unemployed.
The Bulgarian brand Jullia Kontogruni was invited to participate for a second year in Bucharest fashion week with main media partner Fashion TV. During the fashion show miss Romania walked in a wedding outfit of the fashion house. Jullia Kontogruni presented their boutique and wedding dresses, with embroideries and hand sewn stones and exquisite stays. The fabrics are from the most luxurious and limited selections of world famous brands, mainly silk, French and Italian laces, tulle, organza and satin.